Unique Boutique online. With its patchwork style and beautiful muted colours, I think its so perfectly unique. It sits perfectly in the mould of modern Victoriana with a certain essence of Victorian Entomology (butterfly collecting) scrummy.
|Vintage Embroidery Fabric Shades by Kookolki|
These fabulous shades are handmade by Kookolki here in Devon. Sister-in-Law team
Kirsty and Ksenia decided that making lampshades with old embroidered fabric was a fabulous way to display the gorgeous details of hand embroidered work. They use Vintage Fabric and Frames found in Flea Markets and find pleasure in breathing new life into them with a modern twist. These are also available to purchase via Etsy.
Finally I found this little cutie on Ebay via Wild Strawberry Picking. using patchwork of gorgeous fabric on Vintage style frames, they have created an eclectic shade with a gorgeous Gypsy bohemian feel. I love it!!
Okay after something a bit more modern, here is some of the lovelies I've found
Blue Zoo, I think this can be used for anywhere in the home, not just a kids room. I love the animals and the colours, just gorgeous and will add a bold splash of colour to your otherwise bare white ceiling, doncha think?
A personal favourite, this really is a bold statement. Loving the Owl too. This shade is by Quincy Lampshades a very notable and established company set up by Ruth McAllister and based in the lovely city of Bristol.
Hope you enjoy these stunning examples and do have a trawl of images on google or pinterest, there are alot of gorgeous shades out there. Perfect and unique design and much much nicer than buying the usual commercial tat on the market. Ta ta for now